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Sony Smartband SWR10 Is Now On Sale From One Amazon Vendor, Still Up For Pre-Order Elsewhere

Sony Smartband SWR10 Is Now On Sale From One Amazon Vendor, Still Up For Pre-Order Elsewhere

One of the many, many wearables we saw at Mobile World Congress is now available for purchase, even if it is a little hard to find. Sony's Smartband SWR10, the company's answer to the Fitbit and similar devices, is now shipping from an Amazon reseller. We're not sure why one Amazon vendor seems to have it before everyone else, even before Sony's own store, but it's there if you want it.

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Qualcomm Knocks A Cool $100 Off Its Price For The Toq Smartwatch [Update: Amazon Too]

Qualcomm Knocks A Cool $100 Off Its Price For The Toq Smartwatch [Update: Amazon Too]

If you've been eyeing the Qualcomm Toq, but $350 was a bit much for your taste, it might be time to take another look. Qualcomm just dropped the price of its smartwatch by a Benjamin, leaving it at a more palatable $250 with free shipping. This puts the full-color wearable at a mere $1 above the price of its closest competitor, the black & white-only Pebble Steel.

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The timing may not be a coincidence after a report from Bloomberg suggested HTC is making a smartwatch based on the Toq and plans to show it off at Mobile World Congress.

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SIGMO Wearable Voice Translator Crushes Its $15,000 Indiegogo Goal With Nearly 9x Funding Already Secured

SIGMO Wearable Voice Translator Crushes Its $15,000 Indiegogo Goal With Nearly 9x Funding Already Secured

The dream of technology liberating us from the burden of having to learn new languages in order to travel is nothing new. Sci-Fi fans are aware of the possibility that future generations of mankind will use universal translators that can translate whatever language aliens may speak. In our lifetimes, though, smartphones hold the potential to remove the language barrier (we can hope, at least). But what if you don't want to have to whip our your smartphone constantly?

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